Product Review: Whish Body Butter

I made it out to Toronto this past October and came across an awesome bath and beauty lounge, Blossom. This spot in the TD tower had an array of sought after beauty product lines such as cake, Juara, Cargo and of course Whish.
Sometimes I feel like a small forest creature stocking up for the winter and I was on the look out for moisturizers galore. What drew me to Whish Body products was their very informative postcard up by the cash register showing their natural shaving cream against the leading drugstore brand – they are without parabens, sulfates, DEA and TEA, and petrochemicals. Though I was not in the market for shaving creams, the brand stood out as one who is extremely careful about what ingredients they add to their products. Being a personal advocate of natural and organic products, I was hooked onto Whish’s branding associations.
The first thing that drew me towards Whish was the packaging. In a clear tubular bottle with airless dispensing, there was no mess, no fuss. Just pump the product out and let your skin soak in the natural goodness. But the new enticing factor – which was really the deal-maker – is the luscious scent! This Pomegranate Three Wishes Body Butter smells divine with organic aloe, organic raspberry butter and organic shea butter. The pomegranate is added for its repairing and rejuvenating properties. Plus, the product is gluten free…just in case you feel like eating it.

At $32 it was kind of a splurge, but I think definitely worth it. Although I don’t use it every day, I’m still only about a third through the bottle. You really just need a few pumps of the product to line your body with sweet smoothness.

You can find Whish products in Vancouver at Beauty Bar, Kiss & Makeup, Wish List and Holt Renfrew.


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